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Nathaniel Butterfield

1Geo. A. Gordon, The Butterfields of Middlesex, NEHGR Vol. 44, pp. 34-35 (Jan. 1890).
"3. NATHANIEL2 BUTTERFIELD (Benjamin1) was born in Woburn, 14 February, 1642-3. Married 31 December, 1669, Deborah Underwood, a daughter of William and Remembrance Underwood. He was a husbandman and dwelt at Chelmsford, where his wife died 25 June, 1691.
10 January, 1709-10, he divided his real estate in the north part of Chelmsford, between his three sons, Benjamin, Samuel and Nathaniel, giving deeds to each. (Mdx. Deeds. xv. 159, 160, and xxxvi. 593.) An entry on the appraisal of the estate of his son, Benjamin, in December, 1719, states that he was the living, "76 years of age." Children:
i. WILLIAM,3 b. 5 Jan. 1686.
8. ii. BENJAMIN.
9. iii. SAMUEL.
10. iv. NATHANIEL.
v. JONATHAN, m. Mercy Richardson. Both were living in 1735.".


Jonathan Butterfield Jr.

1Geo. A. Gordon, The Butterfields of Middlesex, NEHGR Vol. 44, p. 36 (Jan 1890).
"6. JONATHAN3 BUTTERFIELD (Jonathan,2 Benjamin1) was born in Chelmsford. Married in Woburn, 20 March, 1693-4, Ruth, daughter of John and Abigail Wright. He was a husbandman at West Cambridge, near the Foot of the Rocks, now Arlington. 30 November, 1696, he witnessed a deed at Charlestown (Mdx. Deeds, x.531). In February, 1706, he was one of a scouting party (Green's Groton) in the Indian Wars. He died in 1744, as, on 18 June in that year, the widow Ruth and sons Jonathan, John and William sign the mother's bond as administratrix of the estate of Jonathan Butterfeild, late of Cambridge, deceased intestate. The widow dies 1753-4. Children:
16. i. JONATHAN,4 b. 1695; bapt. 1699.
ii. MARY, b. 1697; bapt. 2 July, 1699; m. 25 Oct. 1716, Thomas Frost, son of Ephraim and Hepzibah. They dwelt at Menotomy, where she died 10 March, 1774.
17. iii. JOHN, b. 1699; bapt. 2 July, 1699.
iv. ABIGAIL, b. 11 May, 1702; m. Joseph Wheeler.
v. RUTH, b. 7 Sept. 1704; m. William Robbins.
vi. JANE, b. 7 Aug. 1706; m. 20 July, 1729, George Cutter, son of Gershom and Mehitable (Abbot) Cutter. She d. 7 May, 1776.
vii. LYDIA, bapt. 3 Dec. 1708.
18. viii. WILLIAM, bapt. 24 Sept. 1710.
ix. PHEBE, bapt. 30 Aug. 1713; m. ------- Russell.
x. DEBORAH, b. 1713; bapt. 3 June, 1716; m. Samuel Locke, son of Francis and Elizabeth (Winship) Locke of Cambridge. They had 14 children. She d. 7 Sept. 1769.".

2Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Vol. 1, Births, pp. 111-112 (1914).
"BUTTERFIELD, . . .
Abigail, d. of Jonathan and Ruth, May 11, 1702.
Deborah, d. of J., bp. June 3, 1716. C.R.I.
Jane, d. of Jonath[a]n and Ruth, Aug. 7, 1706.
Ruth, d. of Jonathan and Ruth, Sept. 7, 1704.".


Deacon Joseph Butler

1Henry R. Stiles, Families of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut; Consisting of Volume II of the History of Ancient Wethersfield, p. 174 (1904).
"FAM. 4. JOSEPH,2 (Dea. Richard,1), b. abt. 1648, at Htfd.; sett. in Weth. where he inher. fm. his father, lds. in the South Meadow----(See Chapt. VII, Vol. I); was made a freeman 1668; rem. to and became a ho-hlder. in Rocky Hill dist. Mch., 1670-1; m. (1), before 30 Jan., 1667, Mary (dau. Ens. William) Goodrich; he m. (2) Margaret ------------.* His will, dated 8 July, 1725, and prob. 6 Mch., 1732-3, amt. to £1,000---Htfd. Co. Prob. Rec. and Weth. Ld. Rec., II, 176. He d. Stepney 10 Dec., 1732, ae. 84†; his wid. 1 June, 1735.---Weth. (S.) Ins.
Children:
1. Richard, b. abt. 1688. FAM. 10.
2. Benjamin, b. 1673. FAM. 11.
3. Joseph, Cromwell Ch. Rec. says, "7 Dec., 1740, we had the news of Joseph Butler being drowned at sea"---prob. unm. and without issue.‡
4. Gershom, b. 1685. FAM. 12 )Said to have
5. Charles, b. 1685. FAM. 13 ) been twins.
6. Mary, d. Jan., 1795, ae. 88, therefore, b. abt. 1703; m. David (s. of Josiah & Mary Churchill) Edwards.§ He b. in Southampton, L. I., 6 Apl., 1707; d. 7 Jan., 1795; she d. 10 July, 1786. Issue:
i. Mary (Edwards), b. 1735; m. Moses Hall, 29 July, 1752.
ii. Ann (Edwards), b. 1738; m. Jehiel Williams, 10 Jan., 1757.
iii. Mercy (Edwards), b. 1739; m. Eben Backus, 26 Nov., 1760.
iv. Sarah (Edwards), b. 18 May, 1741; m. Rev. Edward Ells, 27 Jan., 1763.
v. Churchill (Edwards), b. 28 Feb., 1742.
vi. Joseph (Edwards), b. 7 Mch., 1746.
vii. Martha (Edwards), b. 18 Mch., 1746; m. a Ranney.
viii. Hepzibah (Edwards), b. 9 Feb., 1747.
ix. David (Edwards), b. 24 Dec., 1749.
7. Charles (2d), b. 1715. FAM. 13a
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* We may infer that he had two wives, from the following entry in Co. Ct. Recs. (18 Apl., 1677) from which it appears that in a suit against his (Joseph's) "now wife," damages being held at £40, Joseph being prest to go forth in the country's service, trial was deferred until the (next) Sept. Court."
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